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Keeping your heart as healthy as it can be is the top priority of our expert Cardiovascular and Thoracic team at Yuma Regional Medical Center. We take a comprehensive approach by offering our patients a full spectrum of care, from screening and diagnostic testing to advanced treatments to rehabilitative and wellness support. As the only provider of interventional and surgical cardiovascular services in southwest Arizona, we are equipped with the advanced technology our specialists need to diagnose and treat a wide variety of heart and vascular conditions. We provide this care in specialized facilities that include a nursing tower designed for cardiac patients, a catheterization lab and a state-of-the-art hybrid operating room. Our broad range of Cardiovascular and Thoracic expertise enables us to offer each patient the highly personalized level of care they deserve, from their initial diagnosis through their recovery and beyond.
For more information about cardiovascular services at Yuma Regional Medical Center, please call 928-336-7055.
Diagnostic tests help our specialists identify the underlying cause of a patient’s heart condition.
We offer a wide variety of advanced procedures using both traditional and minimally invasive techniques.
We offer a full menu of rehabilitation and wellness services designed to help you return to your normal activities and enjoy the healthiest, most active lifestyle you can.
If you’re ready to begin the process of quitting smoking, you won’t have to navigate this challenging journey alone. Attend our free class that offers the expertise and support you need to learn how to quit smoking for good.
As part of our commitment to provide high-quality, cutting-edge care to our patients, we participate in several clinical trials. Find out if you may be eligible.
Marco Cota received the greatest gift imaginable for his 44th birthday, a heart operation that ended a decade of extreme fatigue, while also making history at Yuma Regional Medical Center.